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Lot 205
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Worldwide, Collection, 1840's-2018. Mostly mint stamps, neatly organized on black double sided stock pages in 102 large white three ring binders, mostly individual country albums (which we mentioned below, but the list is not complete with smaller country collections not mentioned), with some countries spanning several albums and occasional smaller countries combined into single albums by first letter of country name, good selection of modern issues with many better complete sets and souvenir sheets from the 1990's to 2018, with higher face values adding up to decent value, some better sections and better individual countries, including: Argentina 611-18, Australia, Austria Costumes set, a few better late 1940's and early 1950's semi postal sets, C57-58, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, Bulgaria, Newfoundland 61-71, 74, 78-85, 104-14, 183-99, Canada 96-100, China with good sections of Republic of China and many great PRC sets with good sections of complete sets from 1970's and 1980's, Czechoslovakia, France 64, 89, 123, 131-32, 142, 296-97, some better semi postals, C8-14 (top two values used on piece), C15 on piece, C27, French Colonies, French Southern and Antarctic Territory some earlier better mint sets, C1-2, C3, C4, C6, C11, C12, C17, C26-27, Germany, DDR, Gibraltar 132-45, 147-60, Great Britain 112-17, a couple Edward VII higher values, diverse Machin heads, Isle of Man, Jersey, Greece, Hungary 486, Iceland 152-61, 193-94, 203-8B, 284-86, Ireland, Israel, Italy C23-26, C79-83, C89-94, Japan 87-90, plenty of parks sets, several 1940's Sports blocks and sets, 422, 479, many values from 1949 Famous Japanese set, good early 1950's Scenes sets, Malta, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Monaco, a few better mint Albert I values, Netherlands 81, 105 used, New Zealand 333-52, Portugal and Colonies, Romania, Russia some nice early classics, Ryukyu, San Marino, St. Pierre and Miquelon good amount of 1942 F.N.F.L. overprints, 393-95, 408-11, 412-14, 415-16, B9-10, C25, C35-36, C44, C47-49, C50-54, Singapore, South Africa several good runs of Animal's definitives, Spain and Colonies, Sweden, Switzerland good semi postals and a few better souvenir sheets, Thailand, Turkey, United Nations, United States Duck Stamps with several earlier mint and used ducks, a few Junior duck stamps, a decent amount of mint modern ducks and several pages of State Ducks, Vatican City, etc., generally Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $150,000 (Owner's) Estimate $20,000 - 30,000.
Realized $18,000.
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Lot 206
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Worldwide, Collection, 1840-2003. Filling 15 large boxes (when shipped to us, before repacking) filled with 35 albums worth of Scott International albums with years ranging from 1840-2003 (missing binders and posts), containing U.S. 112-17, 119, 230-40, 285-91, 1030-53 mint, E6 mint, plus 37 different glassine counter boxes for various sizes from #2-#4, each packed with glassines adding up to many tens of thousands, presumably duplicates, in glassines, containing individual stamps and occasional sets, seven different Whitman Coin albums, with several dollars worth of early silver, including some early Quarters and Mercury dimes, three boxes filled with various worldwide covers and several binders full of more modern mint with larger plate blocks and souvenir sheets, a group of mint sheet files containing many mint and used complete sheets, etc., although there aren't many individual items to enumerate, there are many $10, $20, $50, etc, sets and singles floating about that add up to significant value. You should take a little time to look around to properly evaluate, generally Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $15,000 - 20,000.
Realized $9,000.
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Lot 207
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Worldwide, Classic Stamps, 1852-1910. Fifteen display cards with many rare and possibly valuable stamps, includes mint Spain 8, 12, CB6, Great Britain used O53, France used C3-C4, Mexico used 228-229, Austria 3 used, Reunion mint #1, Finland mint 16, Rhodesia used 16-19, France used 21, J4 & mint J3-J4, if all are genuine catalog would be $100,000, a golden if not platinum opportunity, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $4,000 - 6,000.
Realized $2,500.
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Lot 208
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Worldwide, Collection With Pages From 1840-1993. In 31 Scott International albums, sparse to moderately filled with stamps, with most of the coverage seeming to be around 19th century to around the 1960's, with usual strength among Western Europe and typical other popular countries of the previous two to four decades, some countries still need a little sorting and merging to put them into order as they are spread out over two (and possibly more albums), but all pages seem to be here, a great collection for a beginner to build upon or to break into a couple hundred country collections for individual resale, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $3,500 - 5,000.
Realized $2,300.
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Lot 209
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Worldwide, Philatelic Back Breaker, 1860-1985. Massive worldwide collection in 39 clean & serviceable Supreme Global Albums, many many thousands of mint or used, duplicated in many cases with coverage through the late 1980's, collectively many countries well represented, ideal for further expansion, please inspect, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $3,000 - 4,000.
Realized $3,500.
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Lot 210
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Collection, 1870-1990. Excellent 6 volume group of country collections, with France, strong Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Denmark, Hungary, Netherlands, Latin America & British Pacific, better mint has Bolivia C1-C7, Swaziland 55-66, Belgium B9-B16, B106, France B249-B254, Greenland 28-38, 39-40, Iceland 232-235, Basutoland 46-56, Bechuanaland 180-193, with many more, nice long runs of mint sets, have a look see, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,500 - 3,500.
Realized $3,750.
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Lot 211
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Worldwide, Mint & Used Collection, 1860-1990. Over 13,000 mint & used stamps with no U.S., housed in new manila stock pages, some better mint has Austria 24, Canada 110, Cyprus 136-139, France B135-B146, Jamaica 2, 9, Philippines 20, 53, all stamps are labeled by country and arranged in Scott ascending order, inspection invited, Fine to Very Fine.
Scott $22,000 Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,300.
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Lot 212
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Worldwide, Exquisite Collection, 1850-1925. Mounted in two Scott albums, the first has mint unless noted includes U.S. O3, O15, O16, O30, O49, O57, O78, O88, O90, Angola 16-19, Anjouan 1-5, Barbados 67, Bechuanaland 1, Bermuda 16-17, Brazil used 1, British East Africa 36-37, Bulgaria 1, used Canada 52, mint 73, Ceylon 82, China 25, Cook Islands 9-14, Cyprus 29-33, Falkland Islands 18, Gold Coast 3-4, 6, Hawaii 44-45, Italy 58-63, Labuan 5-7, Monaco 1-8, Newfoundland 3, Prince Edward Island 10, Seychelles Islands 18, and this is but a taste of what awaits the winning bidder, there is little in the 20th century album, with many scarce items, inspection is urged, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $3,000.
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Lot 213
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Worldwide, Postage Dues Collection. No British, but stock runs from Austria to Syria; all items on identified and priced #102 cards filling 14 of 16 sides of a Scott stockbook; all better with some material not often seen, including Bulgaria #J1, Cilicia, French Offices in China, Lebanon #J1-J4 in blocks of 4, Martinique unissued Dues, Saudi Arabia #J1-J3 proofs plus #J16-J18 cancelled "Makka/al-Mukarrima" on piece, Somalia, and more, Fine to Very Fine or better, a neat holding; be sure to view.
Scott $10,000+ Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $1,000.
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Lot 214
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Worldwide, Collection, With Pages From 1840 to Early 1980's. In 11 Scott International albums, with strong level of completion through 1970's, you will find occasional complete longer sets from early classics to more modern 1960's and 1970's issues, unfortunately, there are not many of the individual better singles that we like to write about in a big wall of number description, but what you will find are many great $10 to $50 sets that cumulatively make up a sum greater than its parts, as we flip through the books, we note particularly good sections of some of the typical better areas: British Commonwealth, Western Europe, Portuguese Colonies, etc., with the following areas that popped out to us as we were flipping the pages: Algeria, Angola, Australia, Austria, Azores, Bahrain, Belgium, Bermuda, Burma, Cambodia, Cape Verde, Ceylon, a great section of China from early Imperial Issues to Republic issues, with a few small dragons, 78 red revenue, various Imperial Post dragons with surcharges, Junks to $5, many Martyrs and Sun Yat-sen issues along with many of the surcharge issues from the 1940's, revenue and postal savings issues, many Republic of China issues from 1950 to 1970's with several mint complete sets, a decent section of province issues, Congo, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Danzig, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Fiji, Finland, Fiume, France with some decent offices and colonies, Germany, DDR, Great Britain with a few higher cat. Victorias, offices, Greece, Haiti, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Hungary with a few early Josef I issues, India with states, Indo-China, Indonesia, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy with offices and area, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Malaysia and Malaya, Manchukuo, Martinique, Mexico with some interesting revenues and back of the book issues, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands and Colonies, New Caledonia, New South Wales, New Zealand, Norway, Nyassa, Palestine, Pakistan, Papua and New Guinea, Persia, Philippines, Poland, Portugal and Colonies, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, South West Africa, Spain, Straits Settlements, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Tunisia, South Africa, Vatican City, Western Australia, Yemen and Zanzibar. This is the kind of collection, we think would be better breaking into 30 or 40 little mini collections to either sell individually online or at a retail bourse because it contains many little meaty sections of that missing from many intermediate collections that can be hard to find individually, expect occasional faults, generally Fine to Very Fine appearance.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000.
Realized $6,000.
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Lot 215
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Worldwide, Philatelic Double Jeopardy, 1880-1996. Presented in 30 International Scott albums, decent coverage throughout, with nice British Commonwealth, a few better has China used 219-220, Eastern Europe, Latin America, mint Fiji, Africa, Asia, with loads of sales able items, pay attention-don't miss out, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $2,500.
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Lot 216
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Worldwide, Philatelic Olla Podrida 1852-1986. Good selection of country collections assembled in 11 various albums & 3 binders, strong in Scandinavia with especially nice Sweden, a lovely Paraguay collection, plus Luxembourg, Egypt, Japan & Israel, better mint sets include Cayman Islands 154-167, Luxembourg B55-B59, B60-B65, Egypt 105-107, Paraguay C54, C55, C98-C101, Sweden 77-89, 91, 93-94, plenty of sale able material, some mixed condition as to be expected, review, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000.
Realized $1,700.
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